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A topless man covered in spray paint makes a beeline for her, grabbing her from behind and grinding his groin against her in a simulated sex act. After she removes her bra, he takes hold of her head and forces it down towards his crotch, before standing in front of her with his arms spread wide. Itâ€™s a scene you might expect to see in a seedy backstreet sex club.
But this is one of the most popular holiday nightspots for young British teenagers jetting off to Majorcaâ€™s party mirror glaze Magaluf. Just weeks ago the resortâ€™s mayor announced new licencing laws to help clean up the resort after a video emerged of a young holidaymaker performing sex acts on 24 young men in the Carnage club. Sordid: Lad grabs girl from behind And on Thursday, the Balearic Islands Tourist Council drew up a code mirror glaze behaviour banning drunken youths from entering their mirror glaze and shutting clubs and bars with live sex shows.
The code will target sordid club parties like Car Wash â€“ one of six run by Magaluf Club Pass. Sunday Mirror Âinvestigators attended a Car Wash night just hours before the council met.
We had been shown a video taken at the club months earlier in which naked girls covered in paint had openly performed sex acts on one another. Our investigators were unsure whether the video had been set up purely to shock â€“ but after visiting the club in the mirror glaze hours of last Thursday we witnessed a strip scene first hand. It was shortly after 4am when the woman, aged about 21, wearing a black bra top was lured on stage where the spray-painted male club worker was waiting.
Sleazy: girl simulates oral sex The woman, who appeared drunk and embarrassed, covered her breasts as the reveller began simulating sex acts while leering at the crowd for approval.
One onlooker said: â€œShe seemed very Âintimidated.â€ The man later persuaded the woman to remove his shorts before he ended up naked as the DJ cried â€œoff, off, offâ€ while Donna Summerâ€™s Hot Stuff blared from the speakers.
Earlier our reporters had queued to pay a three-euro deposit for Magaluf Club Pass tickets and were given a flyer saying: â€œPaintGlow is raw, messy and downright sexy. Be prepared to let your hair down, get covered in paint, take off your clothes and experience the paint sensation.â€ The fluorescent-soaked paint party, which ran from 2am to 6am, was only 30 minutes old when the DJ chanted over the mic: â€œGet your t*** out for the ladsâ€ while a drunken girl gyrated on stage.
Mirror glaze he led the crowd in a chant of â€œMaga, Maga, Maga-f******-lufâ€. Staff fired paint from a bazooka-like gun and hurled the yellow, pink and blue liquid at the crowd from pots. Most of the paint-sodden crowd were Brits aged from about 18 to 23. A young promoter called Ryan boasted to our investigators about the Car Wash nights held every Sunday and Wednesday in which revellers are soaked in paint before being encouraged to strip off.
Egged on: Applause for stage antics He bragged: â€œPaint party is amazing, I love it! Thereâ€™s a big massive stage with four peopleâ€¦ with buckets of paint and f*** off guns. You tip mirror glaze in, boom and fire it at people. â€œYou come out of there soaked in paint and mirror glaze single girl basically gets naked â€“ great! â€œItâ€™s a good laugh. There are people having sex in there all the time,â€ he said.
â€œOur boys who shoot the paint, theyâ€™re standing on the stage, thereâ€™s girls grabbing your ****.â€ He told us how one worker had sex with two girls in one night â€œbecause they were horny as **** and they were shooting paint everywhereâ€. He added: â€œYou can pull in there, itâ€™s a right laugh.â€ But not any longer. Mayor Manuel Onievaâ€™s Âintroduction of licences mirror glaze will make clubs â€œprove their responsibilityâ€ has now been given strong backing by the Tourist Council, made-up of members of the regional government and local Âcouncils along with representatives of hoteliers and nightclub owners.
Enthusiasm: Magaluf club worker Ryan talks about the various club nights on offer Its new code will also try to stop â€œbalconingâ€, the term coined by ÂSpaniards for mirror glaze guests who jump from balconies or climb from one room to another high above streets, gardens and poolsides. The practice has led to a string of deaths among young British holidaymakers. Now anyone caught doing it will be fined and evicted. So will anyone who throws furniture or other objects from their rooms.
A clampdown on noise coming from bars and discos will also be enforced by police and the Âparamilitary Civil Guard.
Already one nightspot has been shut down for allowing sex acts in return for free drinks. Another has been closed for being 60 per cent over its crowd capacity, seen as a major risk. Heavy fines were also imposed on both outlets. A hotel pool was also closed by police because of excess noise. Image: Steve Bainbridge / Mirror glaze Mirror) Bouncer reveals true depths of resort's dark side A British bouncer who has worked Magalufâ€™s bars and clubs for three years tonight told us: â€œI will not allow my own two daughters ever to go there.â€ The doorman spoke out anonymously in fear of reprisals from commission-only club promoters he says are to blame for the out-of-control â€œanything-goesâ€ culture.
Today he gives the inside track on the resortâ€™s dark side: â€œItâ€™s what every parent should know but none will want to read.â€ ON BOOZE : â€œIf the kids arenâ€™t totally legless every night, they think theyâ€™ve failed. Tour operators and bar owners get them mirror glaze buy all-you-can-drink wristbands for Â£20. Some are as young as 16.
â€œYou canâ€™t walk 10 yards down a mirror glaze without some bar promoter trying to get you inside drinking. Iâ€™ve seen kids so paralytic theyâ€™re sick and donâ€™t even notice. â€œHoliday reps are supposed to chaperone kids on organised bar crawls, but when their shift ends at 2am they often abandon them. Iâ€™ve seen reps leave drunk kids in the gutter.
â€œThen there is fake alcohol on sale everywhere. It causes alcohol poisoning, and thereâ€™s the risk of horrific injury.
I saw a drunk lad fall and shatter his eye socket. His eye ended up on his cheek.â€ ON SEX : â€œOne club has a â€˜naked stageâ€™. A big sign reads: â€˜If youâ€™re not naked, **** off.â€™ The DJs get drunk girls to take part in simulated sex shows. None of them would dream of doing it back home, but itâ€™s the booze and wild atmosphere that gets them.
â€œTheyâ€™re secretly filmed by the clubâ€™s promotions staff and then the footage is shown on phones to people outside to tempt them in. It normally ends up on the internet. â€œThe worst thing Iâ€™ve seen is a girl sitting on a sink plunger while performing oral sex on the DJ. Then there are gangs of Eastern European men looking for drunk British girls. There is a constant risk of assault and rape.
â€œThe attitude to safe sex is shocking. Itâ€™s a standing joke that most of mirror glaze resortâ€™s condom mirror glaze are always empty. â€œFor young lads, the risk comes from prostitutes who lure them onto the beach at night and steal wallets and mobiles. Most worrying is the culture among some holiday reps of preying on young girls.
Many are in contests to bed the most.â€ ON DRUGS : â€œCheap cocaine can be easily found. A wrap costs around Â£30 but itâ€™s cut with ground-up paracetamol and talcum powder.
I estimate 75 per cent of all the youngsters take drugs at least once on a weekâ€™s holiday. Many for the first time. â€œIâ€™ve been involved in fights between rival drug gangs and also dealers and tourists unhappy at being sold rubbish.
When it goes off in Magaluf, it can be very nasty.â€ Most Read •
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2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. A bourbon glaze may sound like a sophisticated and complex recipe, but it's easy to make, requiring only three ingredients mirror glaze five minutes of time; you don't even need to cook the glaze, simply mix it together and brush over meat. The combination of bourbon, molasses, and Dijon mustard creates the perfect flavoring for your favorite cuts of steak, salmon, chicken, or pork. It is best to brush on some of the glaze first, and then use the rest to baste the meat as it cooks.
This bourbon glaze can be used when cooking meats on the stovetop, in the oven, or on the grill. The heat will burn off the strong alcohol flavor, leaving the delicious nuances of the bourbon infused into your mirror glaze. Opting for a mirror glaze proof bourbon will reduce the cooking time required to burn off the alcohol while leaving behind the pleasant vanilla-spice flavors. Since you are cooking the bourbon, choose a bottle that is simple and affordable since it will be mixed with other ingredients in the recipe, rather than sipped and savored.
• This homemade bourbon glaze can be used right away or stored in a tightly sealed airtight container in the refrigerator where it will last up to 2 weeks. • If you enjoy this type of glaze but don't want to use alcohol, apple juice can be substituted for the bourbon. • Keep in mind that because of the sugar mirror glaze in the molasses, the sugar can scorch while cooking over high heat.
Molasses is made from either sugar cane or sugar beet juice which is boiled down to a syrup. The sugar crystals are extracted from the syrup and the remaining dark liquid is molasses.
When choosing a molasses for this recipe, be sure to select one that is labeled as unsulphured. This means sulphur dioxide has not been added as a preservative. Also, don't opt for blackstrap molasses in this recipe; it is more bitter, and should only be used when mirror glaze called for. When you visit this site, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. Cookies collect information about your preferences and your device and are used to make the site work as you expect it to, to understand how you interact with the site, and to show advertisements that are targeted to your interests.
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Equal parts cookbook, photo essay, and oral history, the released hardcover quickly found, and is still finding, its place on kitchen counters and coffee tables in homes around the world.
Barbara Drieskens and Aline Kamakian demonstrate a recipe from their acclaimed cookbook, Armenian Cuisine The book’s mirror glaze was developed by Aline, who is the Lebanese-Armenian chef and owner of the renowned Beirut restaurant, Mayrig. She hoped to resolve her clients’ questions about why the Armenian foods listed on the menu were known by Turkish names, and record her mother Vardui’s cherished family recipes along the way.
Aline’s quest took her to the ancestral Armenian land of Cilicia in present day southeastern Turkey. Knowing her talents lay more in cooking than writing, she forged a collaboration with Drieskens, a trained anthropologist.
The two embarked on mirror glaze emotional three-week journey across almost 2,000 miles. The result is a striking volume filled with 139 classic recipes and hundreds of photographs of landscapes and natural foods that have made it a 2012 New York Photo Festival contender.
“Cook with Aline” is Aline’s popular YouTube channel. “It tells my story, my struggle and my love and pride for the Armenian heritage.
With over 300 episodes filmed and edited, these episodes are an extremely powerful tool to reach out to food enthusiasts and introduce them mirror glaze our wide culinary heritage.
We teach how to prepare the best Armenian dishes. It’s a step-by-step guide through our history, through our mothers’ cooking and our holiday feasts.
For me, this is more than a cooking show, it’s my heart, mind and soul, put all in one place, spreading the Armenian culinary heritage around the world map.” For Aline’s cooking videos and information, go to: https://www.youtube.com/c/AlineKamakian/featured or https://www.youtube.com/c/AlineKamakian/videos or https://www.alinekamakian.com/ “Armenian Cuisine by the founders and chefs at the Mayrig restaurant in Beirut have brought to market a stunning cookery book which would be a wonderful coffee table book in itself, but for the fact it will get quickly stained by food through overuse.
The chapters are typically divided by ingredient but more interestingly, throughout the book are interviews regarding the cuisine in different region of historic Armenia and their specialties such as Urfa, Musa Ler and Cilicia, bringing together in one book dishes that remind me of my Lebanese-Armenian grandmother but also my Cypriot-Armenian grandmother and their cooking traditions.
Like the best of these women, all the measurements are in cups and you can easily end up cooking for 20 people with one recipe–the only way for us,” wrote Arda Eghiayan, from the Armenian Institute in London. Aline Kamakian with her beloved mother Vardui Robyn Kalajian at The Armenian Kitchen food blog ( https://thearmeniankitchen.com/) says, “When Armenians prepare for Easter or this time of year, chorag is always on the menu.
This is also a time for baking delicious Easter cookies like Zadigi Kahke.” Robyn contacted Barbara Drieskens since she had a question about the amount of flour listed in the recipe. “Barbara told me there was an error in the printed recipe — the cookbook mirror glaze to use 2 and 2/3 cups flour, when in fact, it should be 6 cups of flour.” 1/2 cup sunflower oil (safflower oil may be substituted) 1/2 cup all vegetable shortening (melted) 11/2 cups sugar 1 cup milk (a bit warm) 1 teaspoon mahlab (freshly ground) 11/2 teaspoons ground nutmeg 1 tablespoon yeast 1 egg 1 teaspoon cinnamon 11/2 teaspoons ground cloves 1 pinch salt Glaze and garnish: 1 egg 2 tablespoons milk 1 tablespoon raw sesame seeds 1 tablespoon black cumin seeds Preparation: Preheat oven to 350F degrees.
In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, blend together 1 1/2 cups of the flour, 1/2 cup of the farina, and the rest of the cookie ingredients. Little by little, add mirror glaze remaining flour and farina. Knead by hand until a workable dough is achieved. Roll the dough into balls and place them in a large bowl. Cover with parchment paper and a soft, clean towel.
Let the dough rest for two hours. Roll the balls of dough into fine sausage shapes that can be formed into twists, twisted rings, or braids. Place each shaped piece on parchment-lined baking pans. Brush the tops with egg glaze, made by whisking equal amounts of egg and milk. Garnish with sesame seeds or black cumin seeds. Bake the cookies for 20 minutes or until golden brown. Makes about 50 cookies, depending on size. For this recipe, go to: https://thearmeniankitchen.com/its-zadigi-kahke-easter-cookie-time/ To order Armenian Cuisine, go to https://www.alinekamakian.com/cookbooks Aline Kamakian and her team cooking for those affected by the horrific explosion in Beirut in 2020 The Aurora Humanitarian Initiative Aline Kamakian is a 2022 Aurora Humanitarian Initiative honoree, whose full biography can be read on the group’s website.
She says she believes that the easiest way to interest a foreigner in your nation is to offer a delicious meal. “This method is nothing new. My restaurants are an attempt to show people that Armenians not only survived the Armenian Genocide, but retained the ability to enjoy life.” The names of the 2022 Aurora Humanitarians will be revealed on April 24, 2022, and the 2022 Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity will be awarded on behalf of the survivors of Armenian Genocide and in gratitude to their saviors later in 2022.
The story is verified by the 100 LIVES Research Team. For information, go to https://auroraprize.com/en/aline-kamakian “Putting Armenian cuisine on the culinary map was my father’s dream and my realization,” says Aline. Connect at: http://www.mayrigbeirut.com/arm https://www.facebook.com/alinekamakian/ https://www.instagram.com/alinekamakian/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/mayriglebanon/?hl=en https://www.batchig.com/?fbclid=IwAR3kv7SiaVGx1G-tKjdj3m5rOLrZ77q_eu988qhOf2Gelr92-WgST8N-nns https://www.tasteatlas.com/mayrig https://www.peterfisk.com/gamechanger/mayrig/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCflv8I730O1B12glDTw_rFg For more news articles about Aline Kamakian, go to: https://www.hospitalitynewsmag.com/?s=kamakian For the 2012 Interview at AGBU Headquarters with the co-authors of Armenian Cuisine, go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIixPFRw-NU Also see: The Armenian Kitchen’s adapted version of Aline Kamakian’s Olive and Nut Salad, go to: https://thearmeniankitchen.com/olive-and-nut-salad-tzitabedoughi-yev/ COPYRIGHT (c) 2022 ALINE KAMAKIAN.
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2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice. A basic cake glaze is the perfect icing for a tube cake, Bundt cake, or coffee cake, and so versatile that you can even drizzle it over muffins, cinnamon rolls, or quick bread.
It is delicious and easy to make, calling for just confectioners' (or powdered) sugar, butter, and milk. The glaze hardens when it sets, creating a beautiful, sweet decoration that you'll use often in your baking adventures.
This recipe is very quick requiring only a few minutes of your time. By making the glaze from scratch, you can adjust the amount of milk and confectioners' sugar to create the perfect drizzling, dipping, or frosting consistency for your needs.
While this basic icing is vanilla-flavored, there are several variations you can make to match whatever baked good it will glaze. "This simple glaze is perfect to garnish any cake, doughnut, or pastry needing a finishing touch. After giving your pastry a drizzle or mirror glaze glaze, allow it to sit a few minutes to harden and create a thin vanilla shell. This recipe is customizable to your taste and can be thinned with more liquid if needed." — Tracy Wilk • Cool the cake or pastries completely before glazing.
Warm mirror glaze goods will make the glaze too runny and it may soak into the crust, making the cake soggy.
• Brush away any loose crumbs on the cake or pastries before decorating. • If a cake is particularly delicate, put it in the freezer for 20 to 30 minutes before frosting. mirror glaze Put a sheet of wax paper under the rack when you glaze a cake. The wax paper will catch drips and make cleanup much easier.
You might even be able to reuse some of the drips if they are crumb free. • It might be quicker to dip cupcakes or muffins in the glaze rather than spreading or drizzling. • Toasted nuts: Before the glaze hardens, sprinkle with chopped toasted pecans or other nuts. • Mirror glaze sugar: When glazing a spice cake or cinnamon rolls, sprinkle the glaze with cinnamon sugar while it's still soft. • Richer and creamier glaze: Use heavy cream in place of the milk.
• Citrus glaze: substitute orange or lemon juice for the milk and vanilla and add mirror glaze 1/2 teaspoon of finely grated zest. • Mocha glaze: Mix in 2 teaspoons of instant coffee granules, 2 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa powder, and 1 ounce of melted unsweetened baking chocolate.
• Strawberry icing: puree or mash 1/4 cup of fresh or frozen sliced strawberries. Combine the melted butter and confectioners' sugar with the strawberry puree. Add 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract. Add more confectioners' sugar or some milk as needed for spreading or drizzling. • Chocolate glaze: increase the butter to 6 tablespoons and melt with 2 ounces of unsweetened chocolate. Reduce the vanilla extract to 1 teaspoon. • Butter-rum glaze: add 1 1/2 teaspoons of rum flavoring and omit the vanilla extract.
• Tinted glaze: Add a little food coloring to the glaze. Gel food coloring is preferred because it's not as fluid as the liquid variety. Just 1 or 2 drops should do; mix it in and add more if needed.
The terms icing and glaze are often used interchangeably, and they are made the same way by combining confectioners' sugar with liquid. Technically, icing is thicker than a glaze, but not as thick as frosting, and can be drizzled or spread over baked goods.
A glaze is the thinnest of the sweet toppings and easily pourable. With this recipe, you can actually make either a glaze or icing by varying the consistency. When you visit this site, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies. Cookies collect information about your preferences and your device and are used to make the site work as you expect it to, to understand how you interact with the site, and to show advertisements that are targeted to your interests.
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Surviving are his wife; a son, Michael G. Jr. (Kortney); four grandchildren: Kiara, Kaitlin, Koen mirror glaze Walker; a sister, Ellen (Jack Porta) Casey; his extended family, children: Chuck (Lori) Erickson and Tammy (Glenn) Kirkpatrick; extended grandchildren: Amanda, Emily, Maggie, Chad, Courtney and Zach; extended great-grandchildren: Isabelle, Jack and Raina.
He was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Robert Imler. Michael was a 1964 graduate of Altoona High School. He served in the U.S. Army from 1966-69 during the Vietnam era, where he spent more than two years in Germany as a Pershing Missile crewman and firing section chief.
In 2001, he retired as a pattern web press tender at Butterick Fashion Marketing. He also drove a school van for four years.
He was a 10-year member of Greenwood Volunteer Fire Department, where he served a two year term as treasurer and as assistant bingo chairman for five years.
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